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Advances in Embedded Memories

  • ID: 470729
  • May 2007
  • 140 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan

The Frost & Sullivan research service titled Advances in Embedded Memories provides details on advances in existing memory technologies and emerging memory technologies. The research analyzes the technology and market drivers, industry challenges, and trends, which affects the growth of the existing and emerging memories. It also includes a detailed study on future memory technologies and its potential application segment. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: embedded static random access memory (eSRAM), embedded dynamic RAM (eDRAM), embedded flash memory (eflash), magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM), ferroelectric RAM (FeRAM/FRAM), phase change memory (PCM/PRAM), carbon nanotube memory, molecular memory, polymer memory, and biomolecular memory.

The following technologies are covered in this research:

- Embedded Static Random Access Memory (eSRAM): eSRAM evolved to meet the increasing demand of system-on-a-chip (SoC) applications and ultralarge scale integration techniques. SoC requires high-density SRAM with the processor to execute the intended operation at high speeds. These memories are used in memory caches READ MORE >

1. Executive Summary
-1. Scope and Methodology
--1. Scope of the Research
--2. Research Methodology
-2. Highlights and Key Findings
--1. Overview of Memory Technologies
--2. Key Findings and Innovations

2. DRAM; SRAM; and Flash Technology
-1. Embedded SRAM and Embedded DRAM
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Competing Technologies and Applications; SWOT Analysis
--4. Noteworthy and Key Innovations in eSRAM and eDRAM Sector
-2. Flash Technology
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Competing Technologies and Applications; SWOT Analysis
--4. Noteworthy and Key Innovations in Flash Memory Sector

3. Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) and Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM)
-1. Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM)
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Competing Technologies and Applications
--4. Noteworthy and Key Innovations in FRAM Sector
-2. Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM)
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Applications and Competing Technologies
--4. Noteworthy and Key Innovations in MRAM Sector

4. Phase Change Memory and Carbon Nanotube Memory
-1. Phase Change Memory
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Applications and Competing Technologies
--4. Key Developments
-2. Carbon Nanotube Memory
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Applications; Competing Technologies; and SWOT Analysis
--4. Key Developments

5. Future Embedded Memories
-1. Molecular Memories
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Applications; Competing Technologies; and SWOT Analysis
--4. Key Developments
-2. Nanocrystal memory
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Key Developments
-3. Zero Capacitor Memory
--1. Technology Snapshot
--2. Technology Adoption Factors
--3. Applications; Comparison with Other Memory Types; and SWOT Analysis
--4. Key Developments
-4. Types of Memories Under Research
--1. Polymer Memory
--2. Twin Transistor RAM
--3. Biomolecular Digital Memory

6. Future Outlook for Embedded Memory Technologies
-1. Assessment of Embedded Memory Technology and Applications
--1. Analyst Insights
--2. Industry and Academic Research Trends
-2. Technology and Applications Foresight
--1. Technology Roadmap
--2. Evolution of Applications with Memories

7. Key Patents and Contacts
-1. Selected Patents
--1. Patents from North America
--2. Patents from Other Regions
-2. Key Industry Participants
--1. Academic Research
--2. Corporate Sector

8. Decision Support Database Tables
-1. Decision Support Database
--1. World Regional PC Installed Base (2002 to 2012)
--2. World Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment Market (2002 to 2012)
--3. World Consumer Electronics Contribution to the Electronics Industry (2002 to 2012)
--4. World Electronics Data Processing Contribution to Electronics Industry (2002 to 2012)
--5. World Electronic Components Contribution to Electronics Industry (2002 to 2012)
--6. World Telecommunications Contribution to Electronics Industry (2002 to 2012)

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